by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.


In the quiet depths of the sea’s solitude
lays bare the vanity of humans.
Pride caresses its partner.
For respect there’s no gratitude.

Opulence found in the looking glass.
Jewels worn for disguise
to ravish a sensuous mind.
The intimate yielding of two who pass.

In crossing paths no coincidence
each gazing upon the other.
Different yet the same.
The imminent will rationalized.

Though truth be known from wisdom
Wisdom rejected by the other truth
If you have found the truth of man,
then there’s nothing more to be found.

Written by Dr. Rick McGrath, Ph.D.

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